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Ebrington Village Fete, Saturday 13th July, 2.00pm

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Ebrington’s traditional village fete and family dog show is held at Ebrington Cricket Ground on the outskirts of the village with wonderful views towards Broad Campden, Paxford and Blockley. Free parking will be available opposite the cricket ground. Entrance is £1 for adults and children over 12. Money raised goes to the church and the village organizations.

By popular demand again this year, Chipping Campden Swing Band will accompany the fete and there will be a display of classic and vintage cars, motor cycles and tractors.

All the familiar stalls will be there including: cakes, jams and preserves, produce, books, plants and bric-a-brac as well as flower and gift stalls. There will be a grand raffle, the bottle stall, the traditional Wheel of Fortune, and games such as crown darts, and skittles.

For the children there will be a bouncy castle, face painting, tombola, and hay rides. New this year is a children’s magic show and a traditional Punch and Judy Show. Animal-Mania are bringing their mobile zoo – a collection of animals, many of which children can touch and hold, under supervision, for a really personal experience. There will also be a fascinating display of live insects and creatures entitled Life in the Rainforest.

One of the main attractions is always the Family Dog Show in which families can enter their dogs in the various categories. This is both entertaining to enter and to watch. Bring along your dog for this event.

Delicious teas will be served from our marquee, and a barbecue, ice creams, and soft drinks will be available on the field, where The Ebrington Arms, our local village pub, will also be running a bar.

Contact: Daphne Law, Secretary Ebrington Village Fete Committee

Tel: 01386 593286

Email: [email protected]

Source: Ebrington Village Fete Committee

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